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Ethical Contexts and Theoretical Issues: Essays in Ethical Thinking
Compared to the traditional approach to the philosophical study of ethics, this book adopts a different strategy. It shows that such ethical thinking, in the concrete particulars, originates in various academic and professional contexts, among others. But inasmuch as theoretical issues require wider and more intensive attention, it argues that ethical thinking needs to be pursued further and that it can be aided by philosophical investigations. In its concluding chapters the book presents an alternative foundation for ethical decision-making. Philosophically grounded, it moves away from an individualistic ethical perspective to a relational one that has been shaped through dialogue with the various contexts in which ethical thinking arises.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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pp. i-ix(9)
Author: Sia, Santiago

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Introduction
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Justification and Radiology: Some Ethical Considerations
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Natural Law and Change: Another Look at Aquinas's Moral Norm
pp. 123-139(17)
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